Lomei Labyrinth Island
|Lomei Labyrinth Island|
The Lomei Labyrinth Island is a location in Breath of the Wild.
Features and Overview
The Lomei Labyrinth Island is a maze located in north Akkala off the shore of the North Akkala Beach. Three Guardian Skywatchers patrol the top of the Labyrinth walls. Atop the Labyrinth walls, strong winds impede Link from easily gliding to the northeast. Upon entering, Link hears a voice telling him that he shall receive a blessing at the end of the Labyrinth and he is given the "Trial of the Labyrinth" Shrine Quest. In a pyramid across the courtyard, Link can see the Ancient Shrine behind a portcullis. To navigate the maze, Link must use Magnesis to move metal crates and must use fire to burn spiked vines that block his path. Throughout the Labyrinth, Link will encounter Guardian Stalkers, Fire Chuchus, Electric Chuchus, and Keese. Link can find several Treasure Chests containing a Silver Rupee, a Ruby, an Opal, and a Royal Broadsword. Link can also find a Great Flameblade, a Thunderstorm Rod, a Torch, a Knight's Broadsword together with a Knight's Shield, a Knight's Halberd, and a Knight's Bow hidden within the maze. Once Link reaches the end of the Labyrinth, he will discover the Tu Ka'loh Shrine and the Shrine Quest will be complete. In addition, an upward draft can be found blowing from a shaft in front of the Shrine; jumping down said shaft brings Link to a vast chamber with four Decayed Guardians, two Guardian Stalkers, a Treasure Chest containing a Diamond Circlet and, in The Master Trials DLC Pack, a Treasure Chest containing the Travel Medallion. The Decayed Guardians in this chamber will not activate until the Diamond Circlet is collected, at which point all four activate simultaneously. If Link returns to this chamber after collecting the Diamond Circlet, they will simultaneously activate upon entry. The Guardian Stalkers activate when approached.
Minor Enemies and Traps
- "You who have reached this point... Proceed onward through the maze, and you will receive reward." — Tu Ka'loh (Breath of the Wild)